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Over 1,000 additional architects required by 2018

Employment in the architecture sector is set to grow to 46,370 by 2018, according to new research released today by CITB. The CITB’s Construction Skills Network (CSN) forecast shows that 1,200 glaziers will be required over the next five years... View Article

Timber frame training dates announced

With the latest research showing that timber frame housing is set for significant growth in 2014, BM TRADA’s unveiling of the 2014 dates for its popular timber frame training courses couldn’t be more timely. MTW Research has revealed the timber... View Article

System 3 keeps M&S customers safe

System 3 perimeter safety barriers have been installed by Berry Systems at the award winning Marks and Spencer Car Park, Cheshire Oaks. Designed by Aukett Fitzroy, the 950 space car park was built by Simons Developments of Lincoln and continues... View Article

Natural slate roof offers sanctuary to protected bats

An exclusive 4,000 square metre new build home located near Henley-in-Arden not only features an impressive natural slate roof, courtesy of SIGA slate from SIG Roofing – the UK’s leading roofing supplier – it boasts a number of bat entry... View Article

Victorian sashes enjoy some TLC

The striking bay window of a Victorian residence in Harrogate has been treated to some tender loving care by timber sash window specialists Ventrolla, restoring its dilapidated appearance back to its original beauty. Mrs Bloomfield lives in the ground floor... View Article

Ormiston Park Academy handed over

Nicholas Hare Architect’s new Ormiston Park Academy building has been handed over. Working with Balfour Beatty, this ‘Academy in the Park’ celebrates its green ethos and the building massing, evocative of a country house, responds to the special landscape –... View Article

Minister sees new era of PRS homes

The housing minister Kris Hopkins MP saw some of the first homes in the country being built especially for the private rent sector when he visited Aberfeldy estate in Tower Hamlets. The Government has backed the Private Rental Sector (PRS)... View Article

Architects and roofing contractors – go collaborative!

A leading roofing contractor based in East Kent – A.E.M.S. Limited – is extolling the virtues of working in close collaboration with architects and project managers to deliver high quality, consistent and cost-effective results, as well as the benefits of... View Article

Assael Architecture to design pioneering waterside development

Assael Architecture has been appointed by Cardy Construction Limited to develop a £150,000,000 mixed-use regeneration scheme on an existing brownfield site on the edge of Lake Lothing, Lowestoft, Suffolk. The unique environmentally lead masterplan aims to deliver the local authority’s... View Article
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